in sympathy

@maean_19 (4659)
September 6, 2007 1:08am CST
I attended a Labor case hearing this morning and as part of the privilege communication, I cannot disclose the facts of the case. To summarize wahat happened, I waited for the complainant for almost 30 minutes and the case was submitted for decision. Consequently, I have read the reply of the complainant and I have to sympathize with him, but I cannot do anything because I represent the respondent. It seems that he was not totally represented and I have to sympathize with him because his case is strong and yet his claims are weak. Well, despite with that sympathy, I still hope for winning the case.
1 response
• Philippines
6 Sep 07
hi mean, it was good to see your discussion. what a coincidence, you know I am currently in a labor case as well. But I am the complainant. what is important to you as a respondent, the truth or to win?
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@maean_19 (4659)
• Philippines
25 Dec 10
Hi there! Sorry for responding too late. Well, if you want to ask my opinion or share your case, I can separate my stand. About your question, of course since I am representing the respondent, my stand would be to win the case. We are what we are paid for, regardless of who is saying the truth or not.